Destiny 2 Beta File Size And Known Issues Revealed

Find out what issues you can expect next week.

Posted By | On 14th, Jul. 2017 Under News


Bungie’s Destiny 2 will be going live next week with its open beta and the developer has revealed what issues can be expected via its latest weekly update.

It’s clarified at the outset that sandbox balancing is still being done so some weapons and abilities may either do less or more damage than intended. Other issues include the standard network error codes, being placed at the beginning of The Inverted Spire strike when joining a game in progress and all content not being localized in all languages. You can check out the full list of known errors below.

The file size for the beta isn’t too hefty with PS4 players having to download 15 GB while Xbox One players need only download 12.8 GB. Those with early access can pre-load the beta now and play on July 18th (PS4) or July 19th (Xbox One) while it opens for everyone on July 21st. PC players will have to wait till late August for the beta.

What are your thoughts on the Destiny 2 beta and will you be taking part? Let us know in the comments below.

Destiny 2 Beta Known Issues

  • Players may experience a variety of networking error codes when attempting to play the Beta
  • Bungie will be testing server stability throughout the Beta, which may cause error codes to appear periodically
  • Location names sometimes do not appear during Crucible gameplay
  • Players sometimes are Kicked to Orbit after witnessing a black screen when entering a Countdown match
  • Players may sometimes be placed at the beginning of the Inverted Spire Strike Activity when joining in progress
  • Sandbox balancing is still taking place: Some weapons or abilities may have higher or lower damage than intended
  • Not all content has been localized in all languages
  • If you encounter any network related issues during the Destiny 2 Beta, please follow our Network Troubleshooting Guide to ensure proper network settings for Destiny gameplay.

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